Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- My son will be 3 a week after our visit to Disneyland. He is a big boy and looks older. Do I need to bring his birth certificate to prove he is not 3 to get him in for free?
- - Asked by Jennifer from California on 1/9/2014
- Hi Jennifer,
Thank you for your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Based on my own personal experience, you should not be asked to show proof of age for your son to enter the Disneyland Resort for free. We have traveled many times with family members whose children are tall for their age and they have never been asked to show proof of age either. The Cast Member may ask for the child's date of birth if he/ she looks over the age of three but they will take your word for it. If you have any other questions for us please write back, we are here for you.
Happy early birthday to your son. Have a magical time celebrating at The Happiest Place on Earth!
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